WILD BIRD TRUST OF BC

Covid-19 RESPONSE

For the health and well-being of our volunteers and members of the public, and to limit the spread of Coronavirus (COVID19), we have closed our site facilities (Nature House, Greeter Hut, Coast Salish Plant Nursery) and suspended all public programs (including nature walks) until further notice.

Our trails remain open. Use them at your own risk, while practising social distancing (1-2 metres to other people) and not assembling in groups.

For updates or more information, contact Executive Director, Lianne Payne, at ed@wildbirdtrust.org

image: Bench by Lianne Payne

Stay informed & connected

Wingspan 2019 Fall Winter - cover
Wingspan Magazine

While we are spending more time at home, we welcome you to enjoy back issues of our Wingspan magazine.

Maplewood Flats Autumn view by Robert Alexander
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Enjoy a curated selection of birding and conservation images on our Instagram, Facebook, and Twitter feeds. Please share your own images with our community online and tag our handle @MaplewoodFlats or hashtag #maplewoodflats.

Support and Defend Coast Salish Wild Birds

Wild Bird Trust of BC is a forward-thinking conservation organisation with strong community partnerships, and a growing and diversifying membership. Our work is made possible with the support of our members, volunteers, social enterprise revenues (nature house rentals and nursery sales), donors and funders - through their time, care, contributions and grants.

Come Visit

Site facilities are closed until further notice, but our trails are OPEN.

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